The little [flower?] [lover?] with the little corn has exchanged the kind corn into a little keepsake necklace from her good kind friend John Muir. Many thanks she sends to you and a kiss for payment.Please forgive us and hoping we may be [favored?] in being with you on the tenth and with kindest remembrance from Mr. Simonds and myself, believe me to be Very gratefully yours Edith Simonds.Tuesday [Morn.?]1330 [Spruce?] A. Berkeley.My dear Mr. Muir:-How we do hope you will forgive us for our inability to be with you on Sunday last as Charlie Keeler had planned! [Mr.?] Simonds04601 and myself regret the misfortune exceeding, but when we see you finally, we can explain more clearly than by written word!We do so hope the failure on our parts to keep the [illegible] appointment did not inconvenience you too much and that you will forgive us and let the three of us come a week from this Sunday - October the tenth. We promise to be there then without fail, providing you will kindly allow us the privilege all over again.
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 20.5 cm.
Simonds, Edith, "Letter from Edith Simonds to John Muir, [1909 Oct 5]." (1909). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 5889.
Reel 18, Image 0788
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